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  • Holiness : 30-Day Devotional

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    Who are we when nobody’s looking? Do we practise what we preach, or do we take the easy way out and follow the crowd?

    This 30-day devotional, part of the Food for the Journey series, reminds us of what true biblical holiness looks like, and how glorious it can be when fully understood and lived out.

    Exploring passages from throughout the Bible, in this devotional some of the Keswick Convention’s most inspirational preachers – including Don Carson, Jonathan Lamb and John Stott – unpack the bible’s teaching on holiness. In self-contained devotions perfect for a daily quiet time they look at God’s holiness and show us how we can reflect it in every part of our lives

    In a small, slim paperback format, Holiness: Food for the Journey is perfect for carrying around with you and reading while you’re on the go to carve out some quiet time with God. Whether on your commute, over coffee, or during a lunch break, these devotions will help you make Bible reading part of every day. Like all the Food for the Journey books, its undated format means you can start and finish at any time of the year, and work through it at your own pace.

    If you are looking to understand what holiness means for our lives, trying to find more quiet time with God or just want to dig more deeply into what the Bible teaches us about God’s holiness, this little devotional is packed full of wisdom that will help us in the pursuit of holy living and our divine calling.

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  • Hope : 30 Day Devotional

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    Can we be sure of God? Do we trust his purposes and promises?

    Biblical confidence doesn’t mean we won’t ever shed tears or have doubts. It certainly doesn’t mean that we’ll grow in popularity or assertiveness. But it does mean that we can trust God’s character and his Word.

    Trusted Bible teachers Alistair Begg, Steve Brady, Raymond Brown, Andrew Dow, Jonathan Lamb, Alex Motyer, Hugh Palmer, Vaughan Roberts and Keith Weston unpack this theme. See that God is who he says he is, and that what he says, he means, even on our darkest days.

    So, even when we suffer, or our prayers appear unanswered, or it feels like God isn’t in control, we can still trust him. Our confidence is rock solid, whatever life throws at us.

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  • Joy : 30 Day Devotional

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    With trusted teachers Michael Baughen, Alistair Begg, Don Carson, Peter Maiden, Paul Mallard, Alex Motyer, John Risbridger, Derek Tidball and others by your side, discover how the Bible (Nehemiah, Habakkuk, John, Romans, Galatians, Philippians, 1 Peter and 1 John), not just the Psalms, speaks of joy, whatever and whenever. Tailored for real people in the real world today.

    We all want joy for ourselves and those we love – naturally. But all too often it eludes us. Joy in the Bible if far greater, far more robust, than happiness. It persists through hard times. In fact, we’re encouraged to rejoice in God ‘always’. Joni Eareckson Tada knows more than most what this joy looks and feels like. Severely disabled and confined to a wheelchair since a diving accident in her teens, she knows the defiant ‘yet’ of Habakkuk – in spite of everything life throws at her, she can rejoice! With trusted teachers Michael Baughen, Alistair Begg, Don Carson, Peter Maiden, Paul Mallard, Alex Motyer, John Risbridger, Derek Tidball and others by your side, discover how the Bible (Nehemiah, Habakkuk, John, Romans, Galatians, Philippians, 1 Peter and 1 John), not just the Psalms, speaks of joy, whatever and whenever. Tailored for real people in the real world today.

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  • Colossians : 30 Day Devotional

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    Putting Jesus in his place. This was the issue with which the church at Colossae wrestled.There was a plethora of other gods and spiritual beings to worship. The city was rife with syncretism, the belief that you can worship Jesus but need to supplement your faith by turning to other powers and authorities. If you got sick or wanted your business to flourish, surely it was expedient to pay allegiance to these other powers and not just Jesus? In Colossae Jesus was eminent. He had status. The fundamental question was: Is he pre-eminent? Jesus was important, just not all-important; adequate but not totally sufficient for every need.Writing from a prison cell in Rome, Paul warns these new believers of the danger of turning to another Jesus. If they failed to heed his warning, their faith would unravel.This letter has much to say to Christians today. It will provide challenge, inspiration and a renewed focus to keep on living for Christ in our generation.

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  • Revelation : 30 Day Devotional (Student/Study Guide)

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    Does the church have a future?

    Across the generations troubled Christians have often asked this question. Even as early as the end of the first century the future of the church hung in the balance. False teaching, internal division, and persecution were rife. Emperor Domitian had exiled the apostle John, probably in his 90s, on the island of Patmos. You can imagine John, pacing up and down the island at night, looking across the sea to the cities on the shore, wondering, “Does the church have a future?”

    Into this situation the Lord comes and makes these glorious revelations. He gives John this vision and tells him to write to the seven churches of Asia Minor, in the eastern part of the Roman Empire, in what is now called Turkey.

    To each of these churches Jesus says, “I know… I know your hopes and dreams, your faults and failings, your joys and sorrows, your temptations and frustrations.” Jesus knew each church, and so he could speak wisely and truthfully into each circumstance. He said some hard things to shake the believers out of their apathy. He also spoke words of comfort. The letter ends by pointing the believers to heaven, a reminder that despite their present struggles, ultimately they are on the side of victory.

    Today the church still faces internal division, opposition and persecution. It is understandable that some believers ask, “Does the church have a future?”

    The answer is the same as it always has been. Absolutely.

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